To Rosalia Summers Poem by Ravi Kopra

To Rosalia Summers



Rosalia, you are not alone, you are unfortunate.
Everyone is not fed with a silverspoon when born.
You wanted love, were served hate.

Separated from your brother and sister at tender age
Abused in foster homes after foster homes.
I would have adopted you, you new born poetess

If I had known you. How is your life now?
Have you met your brother and sister?
Are they close to you? My heart cries for you.

Reach out to the world
Not every one is rotten like your parents were.
Many will love you, help you. But be careful.

Congratulation to you to be the poetess of the day
with your first poem at poemhunters today
May your poetry tell people how poverty ruins lives.

Friday, December 1, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: helplessness,life,poverty,ruins
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Rosalia Summers writes Alone, the poem of the day at poemhunters on December 1,2017. She is a new poetess to be congratulated on her first heart touching poem at this site.
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